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Absinthe Dinner, Chablis Dinner

Absinthe Dinner at Community Tavern

Absinthe Dinner at Community Tavern

Absinthe Dinner, Chablis Dinner

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Absinthe Dinner at Community Tavern

Absinthe gets its turn in the spotlight this week with a North Shore Distillery dinner at Community Tavern on March 2. The intoxicating spirit will be showcased across a four-course menu at the bar from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., where chef Joey Beato will roll out a spread of French-inspried fare. The menu includes grilled figs with black licorice, apple vinaigrette, and rye croutons; braised lamb leg tortellini with mint pesto and lavender honey; duck a la orange with roast turnips and anise-orange demi, and frozen lemon souffle with spiced doughnut holes. Each dish will be served with a specific absinthe cocktail. Seating is limited and reservations can be made by calling the restaurant. The cost is $65 per person.

 

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Buffalo Chicken Ramen at Arami

Arami is getting crafty for its next noodle night, which takes place the last Monday of every month. For this go-round on February 29, chef de cuisine Ajay Popli has created three whimsical and comforting dishes to help make your Leap Day extra memorable. There’s the aforementioned buffalo chicken ramen, made with actual buffalo wings, celery, carrots, scallions, and a blue cheese and miso broth. The bolognese-men is an homage to the meaty, saucy Italian staple via kishimen noodles, housemade bolognese sauce, and Parmesan cheese. Then there’s the Wagyu ravioli, featuring handmade ramen ravioli, meat filling, and an uni cream sauce. Each dish is $14, and Arami will also be featuring specials on hot sake and Japanese beers.